The first version uses carbon fiber for the bonnet, monocoque and also for the rear section of the body. These are dressed in a Royal Dark Blue color, that allows beholders to enjoy the lustre of the fiber.
The radiator grille comes in a highly polished finish, while the air intakes and the rest of the grilles are finished in Royal Dark Blue, contrasting with the central part of the car and with the Arctic White side panels.
The vehicle’s rims continue the theme, as the inner sides of their spokes are painted in Royal Dark Blue. The wheels feature the standard - if we can call it so - polished aluminum EB logos. The same material is used for the fuel and oil filter caps.
The car’s interior treats its passenger with the same color scheme. The dashboard, the centre console, the seats and the trim panels come in a dark blue Indigo leather finish. To create a contrasting image, Bugatti used white stitching for the steering wheel, the seats, the centre console and the gearshift knob. The vehicle’s cabin features a quilting pattern.
In the end, it's worth mentioning that the Veyron Grand Sport Blue Carbon has already found its owner, who was more than happy to pay $2.39 million for the exquisite creation.